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season. what the state is doing to make it easier for hunters to get out into the woods this year. plus... the local band performing on ?thanksgiving in the big apple-- and the song ?you'll hear when you catch them-- on t-v! welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. we've got a very busy morning ea snow. snow. that's right.. when's it coming and is it time to bring out our heavy duty winter gear? let's send it straight over to brian gotter for that answer... plus our weather and traffic together. yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to
overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, a new report just into our newsroom reveals wisconsin's lead poisoning level among children is higher than the national average. the wisconsin council on children
data.. and this morning parents in west allis can get a free lead blood test for their kids.ann sterling is live with more. the testing starts this morning right here at the west allis health departmentit runs from 8 am -12 pm and 1 - 3:30 pm.any child from 6 months to 6 years years old can get a free test. lead negative impact on brain development ..... and damage the nervous system in children. it also is linked to increased rates of learning disabilities, as well as increased aggression.according to that report that was just released..here in west allis -- the health department says... children are routinely
when they are approximately 12 months old. the latest data the health department is releasing is from -- 2011.it says -- 99.2% of children in west allis/west milwaukee had a lead result within normal 0.8% of the children had an elevated lead level. that report that was just released shows a lot of children are exposed to lead-based paint in older homes in the state -- .the report also noted there were nearly 200 thousand lead service lines that carry water to houses here in the state. now to the story we've brendan dassey will stay in prison for now. the 7th district court of appeals sided with the state.. blocking his release until the outcome of the state's appeal. the attorney general is appealing the judge's decision, overturning dassey's conviction. dassey's attorneys call the decision disappointing... but say the fight goes on. the legal battle played out in two different courts this week. so let's work you through it.monday... a federal
dassey's release while the state appeals a decision that overtured dassey's 2005 murder conviction..on tuesday - attorney general brad schimel filed a motion to stay dassey's release - to put the brakes on dassey getting out of prison.wednesday - a federal judge said no to the state becasue it failed to make any new arguments against his release.in fact - state prison officials were given a deadline to release dassey by 8pm friday.but hold on - hours after losing round one a-g motion - asking a higher court to stop dassey's fast approaching release..that brings us to thursday. schimel wins round two - the higher court said no release for now. so what's next - back to square one: oral arguments in the state's appeal of dassey's overturned conviction are expected early next year... with a decision sometime after that. meanwhile, dassey's uncle steven avery is also appealing his conviction for the 2005 murder of theresa halbach.his
order allowing new d-n-a testing.his saythe process has been delayed slightly by the developments in his nephew's case. about 60 people will soon be out of job at the sprint manufacturing plant in new berlin.the workforce development area rapid response is offering assistance to those workers. no word on what caused the layoffs. if you have a hunter in your home, they maybe busy this morning, getting ready to head out into the woods. many of them will be heading pete zervakis is live with what's new this year. deer hunters this year can now buy a license ... and even select and print antlerless tags right at home... through the dnr's "go wild" website. that's gowild.wi.gov you can still go to a licensing agent although this year - because of the new site - you can't buy licenses over the phone. the d-n-r has also launched a new app: called "pocket ranger." hunters can
license details... and read rules. last year... more than 205-thousand deer were harvested during the nine-day hunt. this year's hunt - which again begins tomorrow - runs through november 27. also new this year: hunters can now wear the color blaze pink - instead of orange - for protective gear. at least half of all clothing gun deer hunters wear above the waist has to be orange or pink. coming up on live at daybreak on today's tmj4... the milwaukee brewers need your help: what the team is asking and what it could mean for thousands of fans next season. plus: ?another local city-- gets into the holiday spirit
yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to 20 mph. the wind increased overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm with highs in the mid to upper 60s, few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower 30wind chills will be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early
midst of the 90th macy's thanksgiving day parade in new york city... you'll find the greendale marching band. they're one of seven bands asked to take part this year. you can catch them in the second half... they'll be performing to a mary poppins medley. the band is having a dress rehearsal tomorrow at noon at the football stadium. you're invited to watch them practice. or.. you can watch the greendale marching band thanksgiving day parade starts at nine ... only on today's tmj4. packers extra now - there may be magic in the air on sunday night when the redskins play the packers.earlier this week redskins' josh norman praised aaron rodgers comparing him to wizard "gandalf the white" of the lord of the rings. but lets not get too excited. the packers are trying to avoid
you can watch the action right here on tmj4.. starting at 7:30 p-m. the milwaukee brewers are looking for fan fashion designers.the team is holding a "fan-shirt friday design contest."you can submit a brewers-themed design online. the winner will be selected through a public vote and used for 20-thousand t-shirts distributed during a game in june.there's a information at tmj-4 dot-com. still ahead this morning: from record highs to blustery windhow cold it gets, and how strong the winds will be in your town is coming up. plus... be careful who you text. why this grandmas thankgiving invite has become
around the building.today mayor bill de blasio and police commissioner james o'neill will give a briefing on their plans.and new yorkers likely hope the plan will limit street closures in the busy manhattan neighborhood. customers appear to be pulling away from wells fargo. just in the last month the company has seen a drop in new customer accounts by 44-percent. wells fargo has been under fire since the discovery that a number of employees opened up two million bank and credit card accounts without customer the first significant snow storm of the season has moved into the west. blanketing colorado, utah and wymoing.and hitting the dakotas as it heads east.. eventually making it into wisconsin. already the autumn snow is causing headaches for drivers in colorado.weather conditions caused a 20-car wreck on an interstate... and several closures throughout the state. the storm is expected to dump eight-inches in some parts. that storm system is expected to reach wisconsin this weekend.
live look at port washington, mitchell airport and waukesha. yesterday was another november treat with hazy sunshine and record breaking highs near 72 thanks to a southerly wind to 20 overnight, and that kept temps in the upper 50more than 10 degrees above the normal high temp. as a powerful storm system drops a foot of snow in minnesota, we will remain in the warm sector of the storm
60s, increasing clouds, and a few late afternoon and evening showers. the main issue today is the sw wind gusting to 40 mph. the wind shifts to the nw this evening with gusts to 40mph and temps dropping into the lower be in the teens. there is a chance for a light rain/snow mix overnight and early saturday morning with no accumulation.after the light wintry mix in the morning, saturday afternoon will have sunshine, but it will be very cold and windy. high temps will be in the upper 30s with nw winds gusting to 45 mph.
in the woods. if you are looking for accumulating snow, areas north of wausau could see 1-2" of snow by midday saturdayo accumulation in southern wisconsin. sunday is sunny, breezy and cold with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s, and brisk wind chills. drive times are on time traffic is steady no incidents on the roads speed are
a woman's beauty regament can be costly.. that's why many women use makeup counter testers. but those testers may actually be contaminated. experts say no skin should ever touch makeup testers.. because strep and even e-coli may be in them. the best way to stay bacteria free? just buy the product and if you don't like the product.. department stores let you return it. if you want to work off that thanksgiving dinner, be careful.turns out more t8 million americans are injured a year.. and it's from recreational sports or exercise.a third of incidents happened at a playground or athletic field... and a quarter were caused by a fall. this year, one family will have some extra place settings for new friends, all thanks to a hilarious mix-up.an arizona grandma tried to send a mass text to her family inviting them over for thanksgiving dinner. but one of the recipiants was a complete stranger. the teen responded, saying the text was a mistake
join. the embarrassed grandma responded with... grandmas feed everybody."" "i just went with my gut and said 'sure, grandmas feed everybody."" up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4... why wisconsinites need to beware of pigs and what that has to do with the gun deer se. dating at any age. why an area center is hosting speed dating sessions for seniors... and the surprise effects it's having on health. looking for the perfect gift for a comedy lover in your life? tickets go on sale today for "steve martin & martin short: an evening you will forget for the rest of your life". the comedy duo will be at the riverside theater next october. tickets go on sale
vies and shows on demand, so you can binge all day. and don't forget the free tv app. switch to get ultra-fast internet with secure home wifi to connect all your devices. call now. for $89.99 a month you'll get free hd channels, 30 meg internet and unlimited calling. say yes to more. call now. more news now - wisconsin's got a problem... with a feral pig population! the u-s-d-a's animal and plant health inspection service is encouraging hunters during the upcoming gun deer season that might see one to report it.
so far, no incidents have been reported dating can be hard... especially if you haven't done it in 50 years... so now, a senior center in madison is hosting speed dating events for people over the age of 65 the senior citizen age group is expected to double over the next 15 years... and with possibility of a partner passing away and the odds of divorce, it's becoming more common for people looking for companionship later on in life. plus, experts say there are big be relationships. "being in a relationship like that could make you healthier, could help solve some of the health care issues," coming up: game day!the local high schools-- getting ready to watch their teams duke it out in the state football championship! plus...back to school-- in august?! the local district-- that ?could make a
leaders say the change might make it easier for students to land a job after high school. more live at daybreak is next. at perdue, we take some unexpected extra steps... ...to raise healthy chickens with no antibiotics ever. like putting oregano in their water. it has natural antioxidants and we don't have to use antibiotics in their diet.
imagine a world where we celebrate thanksgiving like we used to. where instead of rushing to buy we gave thanks for what we already have. and the only thing open for business after dinner was the family room. at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods we're closed on thanksgiving because family time comes first. let's put more value on what really matters.
now at 5:30 - caught in the act:the new video-- of a robbery turned shooting in west allis-- and how you can help find the guy who did it. game day ready! the local schools showing off their football pride this morning-- for teams heading to the state championship! we're talking about some of the ?sendoffs- field! plus: pete zervakis explains why one school start date ?could shift. and brian niznansky is in waukesha-- where the city will get ?festive tonight! ann sterling has more on milwaukee's ?first naturalization ceremony-- since election day. you're watching live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm susan kim.and i'm vince vitrano. from 72 and sunny-- to cold, windy and wet. get ready for our first ?miserable